Grad Finale Celebration!

Grad Finale is a Graduation Fair setup by The Office of Student Life that offers students graduating a one-stop-shop for preparing for their exit. The Office of Student Life wishes to celebrate this important milestone in our graduates’ lives by providing them with an opportunity to gather all graduation information and quality merchandise, provided by Jostens, Continue reading


Banned Books Week

  Your MGA Library staff welcome the MGA community to Celebrate the Freedom to Read: September 25- October 1, 2016 MGA Library Banned & Challenged books subject guide For more information please contact or visit your MGA Library: Text: (478) 285-4898 Macon Campus Library (478) 471-2709 Cochran Campus Library Roberts Memorial Library (478) 934-3179 Dublin Continue reading


Celebrate Grad Finale – Register Online

Grad Finale is a Graduation Fair setup by The Office of Student Life that offers vendors and internal departments the opportunity to meet and prepare graduates for their exit. http://www.mga.edu/graduation/grad-finale.aspx This event will be held on the Macon campus on Oct. 18  from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. in the PSC Banquet Hall. It will be held Continue reading


Dr. Century Performing on All Campuses – Watch Her Bring History To Life!

Dr. Daisy Century Brings History to Life at Middle Georgia State Dr. Daisy Century, an actor who portrays African American women who changed history, will perform October 3-6 at all five campuses of Middle Georgia State University. All performances are open to the public. Tickets are $5. Admission is free to Middle Georgia State students. Continue reading


Lunch-and-Learn: Gain Insight on Juggling Life and Undergraduate Research

Research is fundamental to work in the humanities. But how can undergraduates do meaningful research in these disciplines with limited time, resources, budgets, and work, school, and family obligations? This lunch-and-learn offering by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research will provide ALL THE ANSWERS. Okay, that might have been a Continue reading